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Submission + - Google debuts Dart, a new programming language for (venturebeat.com)

Mightee writes: "Early today, Google started showing off Dart, a new language for structured web programming.

This language is, as a product of the 21st century, designed with modern web browsers and modern devices — from tablets to servers — in mind.

According to a reportedly leaked email from last year, the language “aims to maintain the dynamic nature of JavaScript but have a better performance profile and be amenable to tooling for large projects.”

Dart is said to be a replacement for JavaScript (or CoffeeScript, or ClojureScript). It’s class-based, and it was developed to bring more simplicity, efficiency and scalability to the table. Key minds behind the project include Google programmers Lars Bak, Gilad Bracha and Kasper Lund."

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